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I believe this would only work under the following circumstances (I did it once under Ubuntu 12.04 / Hydro):

  • The machine you are building on uses exactly the same operating system version, and has exactly the same set of libraries (+versions) installed, including the ROS version
  • Both machines use the same architecture (e.g. x86 or x64)

In those cases, you could just copy the binaries. However, in general I would recommend highly against it, and instead fix the original issue. Why can't you compile C++ code on that machine? Which error messages do you get?